On Sat, 2008-06-21 at 09:56 -0600, Christopher A. Williams wrote:
> On Sat, 2008-06-21 at 11:43 -0400, William Case wrote:
> > Hi;
> > The subject of media has been something I have avoided, so I am a newbie
> > at understanding what I might be doing wrong.
> > I am running F9 -x86_64 and FireFox3. Yum shows me flash-plugin (Adobe
> > Flash Plugin 188.8.131.52 arch i386) is installed. Firefox 'about
> > shows me flash-plugin is NOT installed. After download and installation
> > I re-booted just to sure and no joy.
> > What could I be doing wrong? Where should I look? Is there an arch
> > mis-match?
> > Dumb question: Is there a Linux substitute for Adobe Flash?
> Indeed there are substitutes and alternatives, but IHMO / experience,
> none of them are as good as Flash 9.
> The way I got this to work reliably on 64-bit F9 was to read and follow
> the instructions on Section 10.5.1 of the F9 Release Notes. You can even
> copy / paste the specific commands to complete the task if you like.
> For the sake of convenience, the F9 US English Release Notes are found
> Hope that helps!
´╗┐Worked like a charm. Don't know why I didn't think of going to the
release notes. I guess I just assumed Flash should automagically
download and install.
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